Monthly Archives: September 2013

Scott And The 110-Foot Erection

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“…Instead of dotting the landscape of our country with 110-foot torture devices, they should spend that money on helping the community.” By Rachel Birdsell Scott Thomas, pastor of Brandon, Miss.’s, First Baptist Church, is one pissed off preacher man. Why so mad? Well, he is filled with righteous indignation because the godless planning commission in…

Bottle Rocket Gallery Brings Controversial Art To NWA

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  By Terrah Baker Local artists Kat Wilson and Sarah Leflar were inspired by the small studio that stands in front of Leflar’s home on the outskirts of Fayetteville. Quaint and well-lit, with historical significance, they saw the studio hosting controversial traveling and local artists that could not be seen anywhere else in Northwest Arkansas….

White Lotus Offers Artists, Patrons Needed Outlet

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  By Terrah Baker For seven years, White Lotus Salon and Massage owner Patricia Kulish has featured monthly a local artist at her location at 4750 E. Mission Blvd. in Fayetteville. Some are nationally recognized, award-winning artists, while others are just getting started. Either way, Kulish and her team said what’s important is they’re filling…

Groin Pains

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By Amy Alkon I’m 21, and I’ve just gotten my first girlfriend, this amazing girl I’ve known since high school. I lost my virginity to her, and I’ve since started having sex dreams about my female friends. Two of these girls are recently single and have been hanging with me a lot and using me…

Graffiti Gets Covered Up, Prevented With Murals

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  By Terrah Baker Graffiti plagues many large cites with bad language, scenes and reminders of violence with signatures of gang members and their turf. Well, Corporal Daniel Montgomery — the Fayetteville police officer in charge of removing graffiti — said Fayetteville has a similar problem, and now they’re using organized art as their tool…